Art and Science connect us all.
Art can be used to elaborate science. And science can often explain art.
Utah State University presents Liquid Assets — a series of talks and workshops on Art, Science, and Business — April 13 at the USU Logan campus. Join us for this enlightening discussion told from the perspective of artists and scientists. In this unique symposium, we'll explore how high-speed imaging provides an entirely new perspective on how art comes to life.
We'll hear from a team of international artists and scientists along with expert art curators and science journalists about the exciting realm where art and science meet. Register online today!
We unveil our story of how we became artists and how our art is an expression of who we are and how we view the world.
We think not in time but in motion. Our techniques inherently pause motion and as such allow us to express these concepts.
From the large facades of our buildings to the refinement of art canvas, paintings literally surround us and make our lives colorful.
The use of photographic techniques as scientific instruments accelerates discovery and stimulates creativity.
Curator Rebecca A. Dunham will share her experiences curating the exhibition “Synthetic Supports: Plastic is the New Paper
Science, especially fluid dynamics, can be mathematically-intense, but calculus is not a pre-requisite for appreciating nature.
Both workshops will be held simultaneously (two hours maximum)
Katia and Bruno will teach you how to create similar art to the art they make everyday in this two hour intensive and exciting workshop
Tadd and Jesse have been taking high speed photographs for 15 years and winning some competitions with them. In this two hour workshop you will have the opportunity to take high speed photos with both Single Lens Reflex (SLR) cameras with flashes and High-speed video cameras. Please bring your own flash and/or SLR if you have one (mirrorless cameras are ok too).
Supported by the Caine College of the Arts Visiting Artists and Scholars Series, underwritten by the Marie Eccles Caine Foundation — Russell Family, the Tanner Charitable Trust and the differential tuition provided by the students of the college.